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September 17, 2014 at 11:28 AM

Eastside Catholic’s Thybulle nearing college decision

Eastside Catholic small forward Matisse Thybulle took an official visit to Gonzaga last weekend and apparently is moving closer to making a college decision, according to Scout.com.

This article by Scout.com says that Thybulle (6-6, 185), the 73rd-ranked player in the 2015 class, has taken official visits to California, Oregon and Gonzaga and is planning one to Washington on Sept. 27. The site also has this interview with Thybulle after his visit to Gonzaga.

Percy Allen has this detailed report on Thybulle from before his Gonzaga visit.

If the Huskies land Thybulle, he’ll join an already strong contingent from the state of Washington at the school in 2015. Rainier Beach’s Dejounte Murray and David Crisp (prep school this year), have already given verbal commitments.

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